After an asteroid impact the world has devolved into a wasteland of fast cars and lots of guns.
The creators of Doom and Quake, id software, are back with their first developed game in more than half a decade. After creating a PC benchmarking tool with Doom 3 in 2004, id returns to the stage with their first ever open world title, RAGE. Does their new combination of first person shooting, role playing elements, exploration, and racing make a fitting continuation of id's legacy as a premier developer, or will simply cause gamers to enter their own white-hot rage? Read More.
Previews and Features
Rage was, well, the rage, at last year's E3. This year, it was one of the few fully playable demos in the Bethesda booth. It's the first year in a while that there hasn't been something Fallout-related present, but the similarities to Rage's sister shooter are impossible to ignore. Read More.
Time to go back to the sand dunes. Bethesda announced today on their blog that Rage is getting new DLC.
Called The Scorchers, the add-on will have six new areas to explore, defend the Hager Settlement with new allies and take on the bandit clan; aptly named The Scorchers. Read More.
The id Software shooter Rage has been delayed.
The game was originally scheduled for a September 13 release, but now will hit stores on October 4. Read More.